It’s the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Compass Center for Women and Families, and you’re invited.

This Friday, March 4, from 7-10 pm, Top of the Hill’s Great Room will play host to “Through Women’s Eyes, By Women’s Hands,” an art exhibition and silent auction featuring artwork by women across the state. The annual event features an anonymous art show with a variety of works, all 5×7 inches – all the artists are women, but you won’t know exactly who painted the piece until you buy it. (In addition to the anonymous exhibition, there’s also a silent auction, featuring works by Elaine O’Neil, Barbara Tyroler, Chieko Murasugi and more.)

Compass Center executive director Cordelia Heaney discussed the event – and the Center’s work – with Aaron Keck on WCHL.


Visit for more information about the event, including ticket information, silent auction items, and a link to buy raffle tickets. (You can win raffle prizes without being present, so you can help the Center by buying raffle tickets, even if you can’t make the event itself.)